Policy Development & Training (Lexipol)

The VACP is proud to partner with Lexipol, a leading source of state-specific policy and training solutions for law enforcement agencies, to provide customized policies and training to VACP members.

Co-founded by risk management expert Gordon Graham, Lexipol serves more than 3,500 agencies in 35 states and employs an in-house team of policy experts, attorneys and practitioners collectively representing more than 2,075 years of public safety experience.

Law enforcement agencies using Lexipol are shown to have significant reductions in both the frequency and severity of mistakes and litigation compared to non-Lexipol agencies. Agencies using Lexipol can also save hundreds of personnel hours each year on policy review, updates and maintenance.

The VACP has negotiated a 5% discount on Lexipol software and services for VACP members.

For more information, visit http://info.lexipol.com/VACP; or, contact John Rychlak at 844-312-9500 or jrychlak@lexipol.com​, or Lorenzo De La Garza, Lexipol Virginia Representative, at 469-598-0228 or LDeLaGarza@lexipol.com.


CASE STUDY: Harrisonburg Police's Secret Weapon for Achieving VLEPSC Accreditation

For many law enforcement agencies in Virginia, accreditation through the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VLEPSC) is the gold standard, an indication of professionalism and excellence. In fact, accreditation may soon become a requirement as part of a recent package of police reform legislation.

But achieving accreditation is not easy! It requires demonstrating compliance with 190 standards and 557 components. That kind of challenge requires a secret weapon.

For the Harrisonburg (VA) Police Department, that secret weapon was partnering with Lexipol. Their Virginia Law Enforcement Policies and Training solution provides 160 policies that cover about 80% of the VLEPSC standards, combined with tools that make managing the assessment process easy.

Harrisonburg was just awarded accreditation in September. Read more about how they did it in this case study.